Businesses include Valle Eatery and Bar, Floriano’s Mexican Food, Fiddlehead Cellars, Tom’s Hamburgers, Alfie’s Fish & Chips, Camins to Dreams, Mi Amore Pizza & Pasta, Old Town Kitchen & Bar, and newcomer restaurant "Eye on I."
During the seven-day ode to culinary creativity, Lompoc-based eateries and area wineries either will offer assorted libation specials, a prix-fixe meal, a two-for-one dining option, or a wine pairing for $20.21, plus tax and tip.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, menu items are only available for takeout or curbside delivery.
Participating restaurants and wineries will each submit a gift card to be raffled off to diners who order a Restaurant Week special. To enter, diners must save their Restaurant Week menu receipts and email, mail, or drop a copy through the mail slot at the Chamber office by March 5.
To view this year's dining participants and menus, visit lompoc.com/restaurant-week.html
Currently located at 1129 North H Street in the old Carrows building, Floriano's by June will fully relocate its operations to the 43,995 square-foot lot across the street, previously occupied by Mexican restaurant Taco Roco.
Dining patrons can enjoy a prix-fixe meal, a two-for-one dining option, or a pairing at participating restaurants and tasting rooms, for $20.21, plus tax and tip.
"Every time something changes, we've been so quick to change with it — buying awnings and [adjusting dining room] to 6 feet apart," Hether Frias said. "I think this time we're a little more hesitant to do that. We're going to wait and see what happens and not be so quick to jump on the bandwagon."
Lisa André covers lifestyles and local news for Santa Ynez Valley News and Lompoc Record.
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